Do you like my Mummy Wrap? It slides off to reveal a Hershey's chocolate bar. How neat! I've been working on some papercrafting items for a Christmas Craft Fair I will be participating in for the month of November. I had one chocolate bar left over (no I didn't eat it!) and decided to turn it into a Halloween item for my granddaughter Kaitlynn. I'll even show you how!
You'll need the following:
(1) Whisper White Cardstock measuring 5-1/2" x 6". Score at 2" & 4-1/2"
(1) Basic Black Cardstock 2" x 2-1/2"
(1) Hershey's Chocolate Bar
Glue the Basic Black Cardstock piece to the center of the Whisper White
Cardstock layer. Glue about 1" from the top. It doesn't have to be exact.
Cut some strips of Whisper White Cardstock measuring 1/2" x 8-1/2". I used
approximately 12. It will differ depending on how many you wrap around the chocolate bar.
Sponge the edges using s Sponge and Smoky Slate Ink. Sponge around the edges of the
large piece of Whisper White from Step 1 also.
Glue the large white piece together by wrapping around the chocolate bar. Make sure
it is not too tight so it can slide off and on.
Add adhesive to the back of your thin strips of white and start gluing
them around the chocolate bar at an angle as show above. Make sure
you keep a space on the Basic Black Cardstock for the eyes.
Keep wrapping strips of cardstock in every direction until the white piece is all covered. Once you have finished, sponge the sides of the wrap using the sponge and Smoky Slate Ink.
Using the 1/2" Circle Punch, cut (2) using Whisper White Cardstock and glue to the black cardstock.
Using the 1/4" Handheld Circle Punch, cut (2) using Basic Black Cardstock and glue to the white layer. Add squiggly lines to each eyeball using a white gel pen.
Stamp the sentiment from the Jar Of Haunts stamp set using White Ink on Basic Black Cardstock. Cut out using the die from the Gift Card Envelope & Trims Framelits Dies. Glue to the front with Stampin' Dimensionals and add a Halloween Night Enamel Dot to the top of the tag.